A spokeswoman of the Venezuelan regime said that the country’s foreign ministry temporarily lost access to its Twitter account over the weekend.
Spaniard King Felipe VI publicly defended human rights and democracy during a visit to Cuba, where the monarch tried to reinforce the cultural and diplomatic relations between Spain and the Caribbean island.
Tech giant Twitter officially laid out its plan for banning political advertising as campaigns for next year’s presidential election heat up.
Britain’s Prince Andrew denies sleeping with a Jeffrey Epstein alleged “sex slave” who was just 17 at the time. Andrew made the statements on BBC TV, which is set to air an interview with him this weekend.
The body of Minnesota Twins infield prospect Ryan Costello, 23, was found in his hotel room Monday after he reportedly died of natural causes in his sleep.
Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford told reporters Tuesday that he has shut down his Instagram account over death threats due to his three interceptions in the team’s recent loss to Minnesota.
Crews reportedly worked about three hours early Wednesday morning to remove the bronze statue of a Confederate soldier in downtown Pittsboro, located just outside Raleigh and Chapel Hill, that has drawn controversy along with others like it throughout the south.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced Wednesday that the company will no longer accept political ads on the social media site. Facebook officials said they would continue to do so, however.
With the blessing of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Andrew stepped down from his royal duties Wednesday due to the controversy over his friendship with convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library was reportedly spared from destructive wildlife fires Wednesday thanks in part to having goats graze near the property, keeping brush away from the perimeter of the building.